Oldtimer picture gallery. Trucks. Brockway 666.
Brockway B666 and C666 (coproduced by White, Corbitt, FWD and Ward La France)
Years of production: 1942 - 1945
6x6 6-ton truck with metal or wooden body, with hard- or soft-top cab, with 12,5-ton winch
Overall production: over 21000 units of all types (including 3075 bridge erectors and 1338 revolving Quick-Way cranes)
Engine: Hercules HXD 202hp/2150rpm, petrol 6-cyl SV, 855 cu.in.
Bore/Stroke: ?/? mm
B666 Daybrook M-II-A bridge erector: length: 370 in., width: 100 in., height: 103 in., weight: 26500 lb, about 13 tons
C666 Quick-Way revolving crane: length: 408 in., width: 100 in., height: 136 in., weight: 35275 lb, about 18 tons
Wheelbase: 220'' (B666), 197" (C666); rear axles - 52"
Road clearance: 10 inches
Electrics: 6 Volt (starter - 12 Volt)
Gearbox: 4 speeds + 1 rear, 2-speed transfer box with front axle declutch.
Clutch: dry single plate
Axles gear ratio: 7,33:1 double reduction
Front axle: rigid with semi-elliptic leaf springs
Rear axle: rigid with inverted semi-elliptic leaf springs
Maximal speed: 35 mph
Tyres: 10,00-20 inches
Fuel tank capacity: 80 gallon
Fuel consumption: up to 75 Ltr./100km
Images are from Jan Szatan and from Militär Fordons Historiska Föreningen, Sweden.
Thanks for help to Liucijus Suslavičius (Vilnius), automobile historian and author of numerous publications.
You are welcome to write me by E-mail Contact. Andrei Bogomolov.
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Last updated 18 VII 1999.